7 Benefits of Mission Trips

To go on a mission trip or to not go on a mission trip? That is the question. As Youth 4 Orphans’ staff members who have been on over 40 international and domestic mission trips combined, we (Sage Boysen and Rebecca Clark) thought we might be able to help by sharing 7 benefits we have […]

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Identity Found, Evens Story

Evens Presume was born in central Bahamas. One of three children, their family was familiar with poverty and often, hunger. With the death of his father at the age of 7, his mother could no longer care for him or his 2 brothers. She soon relinquished rights and Evens and his two brothers moved to the […]

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Podcasts for Young Adult Christians

“Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith.” Hebrews 13:7 What we see, read, and hear influences us. It is becoming harder to find positive, uplifting, and faith-based material today. Y4O wants to encourage you to find podcasts that respect you, […]

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Finding a Church in College

Going away to college for the first time or even simply transferring, comes the excitement of exploring a new city! You get to find your new favorite coffee shops, restaurants, and hang-out spots. However, moving to a new city means finding a new church. This can be an intimidating process, especially if it has been […]

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Summer Reading Suggestions

Y4O wants to share with you some of our team’s favorite summer reads! Whether you are college-bound, freshly graduated, or just living your best summer here are some books that are bound to make your summer more memorable! Terry, Y4O founder, recommends I don’t have enough faith to be an atheist by Norman L. Geisler […]

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An Impression through the Generations

Here at Youth 4 Orphans, we are making an impact through the generations. Our friend Serena Josephson shares her story with us during a recent conversation.  Serena grew up in a Christian home and always knew the Lord was placing missions on her heart. As the years passed and the busyness of work and family […]

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God’s Purposes for Adversity

Understanding Adversity Have you ever wondered, why does God allow us to experience times of hardship, pain, and difficulty? How can a God that is the very essence of love, let these things happen to me? We begin to plague our thoughts with doubt and take matters into our own hands, searching for answers or […]

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Time Management is Key

Unlike high school, in college, you won’t be spending 7 hours in class for 5 days a week. You will have a lot of free time to fill & in college you must create your own structured routine. In order to be successful in college, time management is key. Here are some tips that helped me manage my […]

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